Walsh Hosts Virtual DBA Information Sessions

Walsh will host virtual information sessions about its Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program on Nov. 18, 2021 and Jan. 12, 2022 from 6-7 p.m.

Jenny Tatsak, Ph.D., director of doctoral programs, will lead the session, which will include a program overview, admissions process, financial aid, career opportunities and a Q&A period. Advanced registration is recommended.

The Walsh DBA is a professional doctoral degree focused on research and the practical application of theory and knowledge to solve real world business problems. Candidates will generate practical solutions to the complex and dynamic challenges facing leaders, executive decision-makers, and managers of both people and processes in today’s environment of global change. Consistent with Walsh’s tradition of providing a strong business education rich in practice, applied research and relevant theory, candidates will be able to apply the business and leadership best practices learned at work while completing the DBA program.

Walsh’s DBA is designed for working professionals, with a part-time pathway offered through a combination of online coursework and Zoom-enabled remote delivery. Connected classroom technology allows students to interact in real time with faculty and others in their cohort. On-campus engagement opportunities are also available for local students.

“Walsh’s DBA program is taught by faculty with years of industry experience, many of whom also earned a doctoral degree while balancing careers and families. The program enables deep knowledge of business administration for candidates seeking executive leadership, consultancy or teaching roles. Walsh’s approach to education has always been to offer rigorous programs that are flexible and accessible, so people with busy lives can pursue a degree at a pace that meets their needs,” said Tatsak.

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